Micro Systems Engineering, Inc (MSEI) is a pioneer in developing innovative technologies and medical devices that save and enhance the quality of life for millions of individuals living with cardiovascular disorders. The company is dedicated to the design and construction of implantable medical devices for cardiac rhythm management. With more than 30 years of experience, our growing success is based on our company’s core values – innovation, excellence and reliability, thus enabling us to inspire confidence and trust in doctors and patients all over the world. We are continually looking for talented engineers to share in our mission.
Please join us as :
Applied Research Engineer
The Research Engineer is a member of a team responsible for clinical and applied research in the area of Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM), which includes diagnostics and therapy for traditional bradycardia/pacing therapy, leadless pacemakers, cardiac monitoring/arrhythmia detection, tachycardia, and congestive heart failure. Typical tasks include the invention, demonstration of feasibility, and prototyping of algorithms to support new product features; analysis of clinical and preclinical data to characterize and monitor the performance of features in the field; and interfacing with software and hardware development teams during the innovation, specification, and prototyping phases of new feature development. The engineer may also generate analyses and reports for inclusion in regulatory submissions for product approvals. The member interfaces with external clinical research partners to design research studies, collect data, evaluate results and present findings to management and corporate stakeholders. The member works in a highly innovative environment, and is expected to produce intellectual property and scientific publications related to their work.
Your Responsibilities Your Profile
Design, testing, and evaluation of feature prototypes (Matlab to C/C# in embedded environments) with the appropriate documentation
Write feature specifications, test specifications, and design specifications for use in development projects
Manage clinical and experimental studies throughout their life-cycle
Generate proposals based on a research road-map
Interface to external research partners
Design and write clinical study protocols
Interface to ethics committees
Analyze and evaluate data
Report and publish studies
Transfer results into intellectual property
Establish and maintain relationships with external research partners
Conduct literature reviews and summarize research/feature trends in CRM industry
Communicate the status and results of projects to division management teams
Constantly optimize the applied research process with respect to efficiency, run-time and manpower
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Education: PhD or BS/MS in Engineering and/or Biomedical Engineering and/or Physics/Chemistry, or equivalent work experience in research environments.
The applicant should have research experience in the biomedical field. A strong background in biological data analysis, especially with tools like Matlab, and in electrotherapy of the heart and/or biomedical engineering is required.
A thorough understanding and significant experience in biomedical research preferably in the products and applications for the electrotherapy of the heart.
Proven ability to develop new research ideas and early developments to the level of a working system prototype
Strong background in biological data analysis (linear, stochastical, time/frequency domain, pattern recognition)
Strong background in C++/C#/Matlab, background in embedded coding (C) is preferred
Experience with statistical packages is a plus
Strong team player
Self-motivated, self-directed, and the ability to learn quickly
Excellent interpersonal skills and a can-do attitude
Demonstration of innovative working style
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
Are you interested? Please apply online! We are looking forward to welcoming you.
Location: Lake Oswego(0001)
Working hours: Full-time
Job ID: 27171